Now that you have found your CC Sweetheart, see if the two of you have what it takes to win this tourney and take home... A GA Medal and 3 months premium!!!
But even if you don't win the tournament, you can still be a winner if you sign up on Valentine's Day! Everyone who signs up on Friday will receive 5 Conquer Hearts just for signing up - but if you sign up on Friday with one of your CC Sweethearts from the Matchmaker game, you will receive 5 additional Conquer Hearts, for a total of 10 Conquer Hearts!
This will be a doubles tournament on the Valentine's Day map. Just for fun: spoils, reinforcements and special gameplay (fog/trench) will be determined randomly and separately for each game - and I may also decide to randomize initial troops in Rounds 2-4. All games will be sequential and casual, and have a 30-round limit.
We have 20 teams, so: Round 1 - 20 teams 5 4-team doubles games - the first team to be completely eliminated from each game is eliminated from the tournament.
Round 2 - 15 teams 5 3-team doubles games - the first team to be completely eliminated from each game is eliminated from the tournament.
Round 3 - 10 teams 5 2-team doubles games - losing teams are eliminated from the tournament.
Round 4 - 5 teams 2-team doubles - round robin. The team with the most wins takes the prize. If there is a tie, the team whose wins were finished in the lowest number of rounds will take the prize. If teams are still tied after that, they will play another round-robin. This will continue until only one team is left.
Sign-ups will be open until at least the end of Saturday (2/15), but you only get Hearts if you sign up on Friday (2/14).
DoomYoshi and cryinlion - found each through matchmaker
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Dice stats are irrelevant. If I roll the same amount of 6's as everyone else, but my opponents role 6's at the same time, that's what matters, what's rolled opposite my dice. How about how many total guys I've won and lost while attacking?